When you inflate your tires at a Austin gas station or parts center, you may still see the TPMS light on. A flashing tire pressure light even with inflated tires means that you need to know how to reset the tire pressure light. South Austin Nissan covers what to do when you see the TPMS light on and more below!
The TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System) is a vital part of your vehicle, because proper tire inflation leads to safer drives and has a holistic effect on your vehicle on Lakeway roads. Here’s what San Marcos drivers can to if they’ve inflated their tires and still see a flashing tire pressure light:
When you see the TPMS light on after you inflate your tires or a flashing tire pressure light, this could mean that the battery charging system is low or a sensor is malfunctioning. Go ahead and schedule service at a Round Rock area service center if you’re still trying to figure out what is causing a flashing tire pressure light.
At South Austin Nissan, we want Austin drivers to feel empowered to take care of their vehicles. That’s why we have service and parts financing as well as service specials for essential maintenance tasks on tires and more. Contact us today with any questions about tire care and more!